Two Alabama pharmacists who compounded drugs contaminated with bacteria that were linked to nine deaths have agreed to plead guilty to charges of drug adulteration, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. David Lee Allen and William Timothy Rogers, both pharmacists with the now shuttered Meds IV, could spend up to two years in prison, though prosecutors have agreed to recommend lighter sentences. Rogers also served as the president of Meds IV. The pharmacy made an intravenous amino acid dietary solution called total parenteral nutrition, or TPN, which was shipped to hospitals and administered to patients. Some patients developed bloodstream ... Read More
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